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Help Us Meet the Challenge!

course-15-latino-hispanicHispanic/Latino cancer survivors have unique physical, emotional and practical needs. Together with the LIVESTRONG Foundation, we are offering a no-cost, five-part video series that awards nurses 1.0 contact hours: Advancing Care: Cancer in Hispanic/Latino Populations. This powerful, informative program is appropriate for nurses in ALL fields of practice.

We have been challenged by the CDC to have 3,500 nurses or other health professionals watch these important videos before the course expires in August 2014. Will you please help us spread the word and educate every nurse to provide better patient care to the Hispanic/Latino population? Thank you!

 
Better Survivorship Care for Patients: The Nurse's Role

canstockphoto15389644Nearly 14 million Americans are now living with and beyond a diagnosis of cancer. Major advances in cancer detection and treatment have resulted in longer survival. However, physical, financial, and emotional hardships often persist after diagnosis and treatment.

Most nurses are not well versed on the wide spectrum of issues cancer survivors face. To address this knowledge gap, NOEP offers Survivorship Care: Increasing Your Patients' Quality of Life. As part of the no-cost course, nurses will learn about the Survivorship Care Plan, a record that all patients should receive detailing their cancer history and plan for follow-up care, as recommended by the Institute of Medicine.

Regardless of the area of specialty, nurses are likely to see a cancer survivor at some point during their nursing career. Anticipating the physical, emotional, and practical concerns of this population can assist the nurse in providing the best care possible.


 
Personal Stories from Care Team and Patients

Continuing Education for Nurses AYA Video

During National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week (April 7-13), view this short, award-winning video series and share with colleagues. Nurses, no matter the field of practice, can impact cancer in young adults. 

The education was recognized by the Young Adult Alliance for advancing the National Cancer Institute's Progress Review Group Recommendations to, in turn, advance the field of adolescent and young adult (AYA) oncology.

One course reviewer said, "I would recommend this continuing education for any healthcare provider. It doesn't matter what field you are in. It is insightful and the personal journeys that the survivors share will open your eyes to their very special emotional needs." We'd love to get YOUR feedback, too!


 

Personal Stories from Care Team and Patients   

    

During National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week (April 7-13), view this short video series and share with colleagues. Nurses, no matter the field of practice, can impact cancer in young adults. 

 

The education was recognized by the Young Adult Alliance for advancing the National Cancer Institute's Progress Review Group Recommendations to, in turn, advance the field of adolescent and young adult (AYA) oncology. 

 

One course reviewer said, "I would recommend this continuing education for any healthcare provider. It doesn't matter what field you are in. It is insightful and the personal journeys that the survivors share will open your eyes to their very special emotional needs." We'd love to get YOUR feedback, too!

 

 

Texas Nurses Association/Foundation Provider Unit is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

 

The Nurse Oncology Education Program is part of Texas Nurses Association/Foundation Provider Unit.  

 

 

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Every Nurse Can Kick Butts

Kick Butts Day empowers youth to stand out, speak up and seize control against Big Tobacco. Nurses can raise awareness of the tobacco problem, encourage youth to stay tobacco-free and urge strong action to protect kids from tobacco. 

  1. Learn about evidence-based strategies and earn CE with an animated video, Helping My Patient Quit Tobacco: A Nurse's Guide.
  2. Download the AvidNurse app free on your iPhone, iPad or Android and use the Quitline referral tool.        

                             


 
You Can Impact Tobacco Use

AnimatedTobaccoThe global tobacco epidemic kills nearly 6 million people each year. Nurses must provide tobacco-dependent patients with brief advice, counseling, and appropriate interventions. 


Learn about evidence-based strategies and earn .50 contact hours with NOEP's animated video, Helping My Patient Quit Tobacco: A Nurse's Guide.



 
Happy New Year, Nurses!

FireworksNurses, it’s been a great honor and privilege serving you this year. Thank you for taking part in NOEP’s education. Look for more great things in 2014!

How We Will Better Serve You in 2014

- 2-3 OCN Review one-day conferences across Texas
- OCN Review 10-course online series: Competence in Cancer Care
- Complementary and Integrative Medicine online course
- Colorectal Cancer screening survey with incentives
- Enhancements to website and event registration to improve user experience

Here are just a few of the great reviews we received from nurses in 2013!

NOEP is there to keep nurses up to date on new information to better assist cancer patients!

NOEP provides exceptional cancer-related education for nurses. I'm especially impressed with NOEP staff involvement with the community and proactive approach to developing the materials nurses want and need in a format most accessible to them. Bravo to NOEP!

 NOEP has an awesome website. I told everyone at work about it and I even talked to the manager of our Oncology unit about using the site for new employees. Thanks again for all your hard work. I know I'll be a frequent visitor.

We look forward to meeting your continuing education needs in our 27th year of operations. Cheers!

 
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